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Klase promoted to division finance manager for Chore-Time

Klase will manage accounting and develop processes and procedures to meet financial goals of the regional business units.

Justin Klase has been promoted to division finance manager for Chore-Time, according to Tina Streit, vice president and general manager of the CTB Inc. business unit. In his new position, Klase will manage Chore-Time’s accounting and provide timely reporting. He will also develop and enhance processes and procedures to meet the financial goals of the regional business units.

A CTB employee since 2015, Klase most recently held the position of senior accountant for Chore-Time. He has previous experience working in CTB’s credit, purchasing and accounts payable departments. He also has a bachelor’s degree in business with a concentration in accounting from Indiana University South Bend in South Bend, Indiana.

A native of New Paris, Indiana, Klase currently resides in Goshen, Indiana.

Chore-Time continues its tradition established in 1952 of leadership in the design, manufacture and marketing of equipment for poultry and egg production. With complete end-to-end systems for feeding, feed handling, drinking, egg handling, climate control and house management, Chore-Time is a market leader known for product performance, tailored solutions and a proven independent distribution network. Part of the CT, Inc. family of companies, Chore-Time operates globally from facilities in Indiana, Alabama, the Netherlands and Poland.

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